Ekiti State University School Fees (2021)

If a serene environment and a standard learning culture are basic factors you consider when selecting a State university to attend, then Ekiti State University should be one of the top ten state universities on your list. The University was formerly known as University of Ado-Ekiti before being changed to Ekiti State University in 2011.

With the university’s name already changed up to four times since its inception, it is easy to understand why the institution is said to have a “pride of itself”. The University has since its establishment in 1982 surged to be one of the best state universities in western Nigeria and still remains one of the three most sought after State universities in the region.

One of the most controversial parts of the school is the tuition fees. With the tuition having been reviewed on few occasions already within the past decade, the instability in tuition has caused unease in the balance of the school, although this situation has been resolved. We will take a look at the latest fees students pay in EKSU in 2018.

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Ekiti State University (EKSU) School Fees for Undergraduates (2018/2019) session.

Below is the detailed breakdown of Ekiti State University school fees schedule for 2018/2019 session. The fees are detailed by the faculty and department.

Faculty of Agricultural Sciences

  • 100 level: N120,500
  • 200 – 400 level: N81,500
  • 500 level: N78,000

Faculty of Arts

French

  • 100 level: N100,500
  • 200 – 300 level: N71,500
  • 400 level: N76,500

Theater and Media Arts

  • 100 level: N140,000
  • 200-300 level: N105,000
  • 400 level: N66,500

English & Lit/ HIS

  • 100 level: N130,000
  • 200-300 level: N95,000
  • 400 level: N66,500

Other departments

  • 100 level: N90,000
  • 200-300 level: N61,500
  • 400 level: N66,500

Faculty of Education

Sciences

  • 100 level: N105,500
  • 200-300 level: N76,500
  • 400 level: N81,500

Educational technology

  • 100 level: N105,500
  • 200 level: N76,500

Geography/French

  • 100 level: N105,500
  • 200-300 level: N76,500
  • 400 level: N81,500

Others

  • 100 level: N9,500
  • 200-300 level: N66,500
  • 400 level: N71,500

Faculty of Engineering

  • 100 level: N201,000
  • 200-300 level: N129,000
  • 400 level: N86,500
  • 500 level: N88,000

Faculty of Law

  • 100 level: N255,000
  • 200-300 level: N183,000
  • 400 level: N66,500
  • 500 level: N68,000

Faculty of Management Sciences

Accounting

  • 100 level: N170,000
  • 200-300 level: N129,000
  • 400 level: N71,500

Actuarial Sc/Entrepreneurship

  • 100 level: N170,000
  • 200 level: N129,000

Marketing/Ind relations & personnel mgt

  • 100 level: N140,000
  • 200 level: N105,000

Cooperative & Rural dev/insurance

  • 100 level: N140,000
  • 200 level: N105,000

Others

  • 100 level: N140,000
  • 200-300 level: N105,000
  • 400 level: N71,500

Faculty of Science

BCH/COM/MCB/BIOTECH

  • 100 level: N150,000
  • 200-300 level: N105,000
  • 400 level: N76,500

Geology

  • 100 level: N150,000
  • 200-300 level: N105,000
  • 400 level: N81,500
  • 500 level: N78,000

Zoology/Plant science

  • 100 level: N120,000
  • 200-300 level: N81,500
  • 400 level: N86,500

SLT (Geology)

  • 100 level: N150,000
  • 200-300 level: N105,000
  • 400 level: N81,500
  • 500 level: N78,000

SLT (Zoology/Plant Sc)

  • 100 level: N150,000
  • 200 – 400 level: N81,500
  • 500 level: N78,000

SLT (BCH/MCB/BIOTECH)

  • 100 level: N150,000
  • 200-300 level: N105,000
  • 400 level: N71,500
  • 500 level: N73,000

SLT (Others)

  • 100 level: N110,000
  • 200 – 400 level: N71,500
  • 500 level: N73,000

Others (in Faculty of Science)

  • 100 level: N110,000
  • 200-300 level: N71,500
  • 400 level: N76,500

Faculty of Social Sciences

Geography/THM/EVM/PSY

  • 100 level: N100,500
  • 200-300 level: N71,500
  • 400 level: N76,500

Economics

  • 100 level: N140,000
  • 200-300 level: N105,000
  • 400 level: N66,500

Political Science

  • 100 level: N130,000
  • 200-300 level: N95,000
  • 400 level: N66,500

Others

  • 100 level: N90,500
  • 200-300 level: N61,500
  • 400 level: N66,500

College of Medicine

Medicine & Surgery

  • 100 level: N375,000
  • 200 level: N/A
  • 300 level: N251,500
  • 400 level: N351,500
  • 500 level: 346,500
  • 600 level: 340,500

Anatomy/Physiology

  • 100 level: N170,000
  • 200 level: 106,000

Nursing

  • 100 level: 250,000

EKSU Acceptance Fees for 2018/2019 Session

  • Faculty of Law: N107,000
  • College of Medicine: N107,000
  • Nursing: N57,000
  • Others: N57,000

In addition, every student is expected to pay a portal management fee of N4,000.

Ekiti State School Fees (Our Evidence)

At NigerianPrice.com, we strive to the best of our capacity to ensure that all prices and school fees details we provide are up to date. In a bid to convince you that the information in this post the most current available as of the time of this editing, we decided to add our source of the information, which is the official school fees schedule released by the school.

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EKSU School Fees: Things You Need to Know

Firstly, bear in mind that the acceptance fee is clearly different from the school fees. In other words, it is not included in the school fees. So, as a fresher, the total fees due on you would be School fees + acceptance fees + portal fees (N4,000 for now).

Secondly, acceptance fees are paid only by fresh students, which include new entrants into 100 level as well as direct entry students. So, in other words, you pay the acceptance fee against your first session as a student. For subsequent sessions, there is no acceptance fee.

Thirdly, note that the accommodation fee is not included in the school fees schedule. So, you would have to pay a separate accommodation fee. This is important to know, so you can draw up a realistic budget when presenting your fee requirements to your parents or guardians.

So, for example, a student who has just gained admission to study medicine and surgery would be paying a total of N486,000 for the current session — excluding accommodation fees.

Note, also, that some levels in certain departments are missing from the school fees schedule. This can be due to a number of reasons. One common reason is that the course is still new, with the first set of students yet to reach 400 level. Another reason is temporary loss of accreditation, which prevents the school from admitting students into certain sessions at some point. It could also be due to irregularities in the school calendar.

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